Tickets go on sale on Friday 23 July, 9am.
Tickets go on sale to Music Network Friends on Wednesday 21 July, 9am
Iarla Ó Lionáird voice
Úna Monaghan harp, electronics
Kevin Murphy cello
Renowned vocalist and member of supergroup The Gloaming, Iarla Ó Lionáird is one of Ireland’s most distinctive voices. A master of the Sean Nós singing tradition, his instinct for seeking out new ideas while guiding songs along gorgeous musical pathways distinguishes him as a true pioneer. Úna Monaghan is a highly respected harper and sound artist, who mines her degree in astrophysics for musical inspiration and constantly challenges the boundaries of her instrument using electronic technologies. Slow Moving Clouds’ cellist Kevin Murphy, a skilled collaborator who has been the inspiration behind many imaginative projects, will join Monaghan and Ó Lionáird in what promises to be a truly memorable series of performances.
Music Network has commissioned the trio to collectively write a new work which will be premiered as part of the concert programme.
Concert duration will be approx. 75 minutes with no interval.
Audience Safety Information & Terms and Conditions for Music Network performances at St. Ann’s Church
Welcome back to live music!
In response to the Government’s recent announcement, patrons attending the concert on 7th September will be required to provide proof of immunity to Covid-19 on entry to the event. Patrons who are fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 6 months should present the relevant certificate plus a photo ID on arrival. Accompanied minors (under 18) may attend regardless of their immunisation status.
Facemasks must be worn inside St. Ann's Church at all times, in keeping with the current Government mandate.
Please read our Covid-19 customer safety information and booking terms & conditions before purchasing your ticket(s).